The WarnerMedia platform achieved 10 TV nominations. Succession, with five, was the most nominated series.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominations for the Golden Globes, which will be hosted on January 9.

In film, Belfast and The Power of the Dog earned the most nominations with seven each, while Netflix, with 17 nominations, was the most nominated company.

On TV, on the other hand, HBO/HBO Max managed this year to take the lead with 10 noms, including five for Succession, the most nominated series.

Succession competes for best drama against Lupine (Netflix), The Morning Show (Apple TV Plus), Pose (FX) and Squid Game (Netflix).

The rest of its nominations came from the cast: Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong for Best Actor, Sarah Snook for Best Supporting Actress, and Kieran Culkin for Best Supporting Actor.

The other big television categories had The Great (Hulu), Hacks (HBO Max), Only Murders in the Building (Hulu), Reservation Dogs (FX on Hulu) and Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) up for best comedy or musical; and Dopesick (Hulu), Impeachment: American Crime Story (FX), Maid (Netflix), Mare of Easttown (HBO) and The Underground Railroad (Amazon Prime Video) for Best Limited Series or Movie.

Click here to see all the nominations.